CHICAGO (AP) -- Tanner Roark made a successful return to Washington's rotation on Monday. It was like he never left.
Tanner Roark makes his first start of the season as the Nationals face the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Join the conversation on Nats Insider!
Tanner Roark will make his first start of the season Monday in Chicago without much time to build up his arm after seven weeks spent in the Nationals’ bullpen.
Tanner Roark will return to the Nationals’ rotation next week, making a start at Wrigley Field in place of the injured Doug Fister.
In his relatively short MLB career, Tanner Roark has already gone from afterthought prospect to surprise bullpen contributor to a 15-win starter and now back to relieving, somehow finding success